Saturday, May 28, 2005

Vol 87 Issue 3

Sun and Microsoft's year-long collaboration has produced draft specifications addressing web single sign-on (SSO) and single protocol, Sun systems support of Windows and the licensing of Microsoft's Remote Desktop Protocol for Sun Ray[tm] ultra-thin clients [14509]. Also in News, Sun's role in powering the High Performance Computing Virtual Laboratory [14526] and a Sun Labs technology that runs any application on any operating system [14470].

The Software section reports on two features of the Solaris[tm] 10 Operating System (Solaris OS) to be released next year [14510], a five-step approach to launching an RFID initiative [14493], an EPCglobal spreadsheet tool helps assess RFID's value [14508], benchmark results demonstrate the advantage of the Solaris 10 OS and Sun Fire[tm] V440 Servers [14504] and an updated Sun[tm] Studio support matrix provides information on binary compatibility, OS support and more [14502].

Using the Sun Java[tm] Studio Enterprise 7 for asynchronous web services[14441] and debugging web applications [14515] tops the Sun Java System section that also offers an ISV's view in leveraging the Sun Java[tm] Desktop Ready certification [14446].

Sun's latest service offerings includes a new service oriented architecture (SOA) initiative, called SOA Path [14518] and expanded financing options for government customers [14517]. Learn more about Sun[sm] Connection's nine integrated services and the resulting business benefits [14473], plus how to resolve storage system bottlenecks [14512].

Recent Sun partnerships with KT [14525], Sybase [14503], IONA [14495] and Datacraft [14496] are strengthening solutions and services worldwide.

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